The Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Dallas was last weekend and as usual, we had a great time! We normally only attend on Saturday or Sunday but this year we decided to go on Friday and Saturday! After the first hour on Friday, I was glad we did. This year there were several options to really get involved. Knowing Saturday would draw a much larger crowd we decided to do that stuff Friday and save the vendors for Saturday. [Read more…]
Progressive International Motorcycle Show 2019
The 2018-19 Progressive International Motorcycle Show coming to Texas See All The Latest Bikes From All The Major Motorcycle Manufacturers Ultimate Builder Bike Show, Demos, Entertainment, Celebrity Appearances 100s of Vendors And A Whole Lot More!
4 January 2019 at 10:00 – 6 January 2019 at 13:00 [Read more…]
Motobird Adventures: Motorcycle Adventures for Women
Born under the stars, in front of a bonfire on a Baja beach, the idea of adventure was the focus from inception. Motobird Adventures is a motorcycle tour company for women riders and their friends, owned and operated by a woman rider. The plan to focus on women riders is about fostering different energy than the majority of what the motorcycle industry provides. Women tend to be an afterthought in the motorcycle world, hardly given the time and consideration we deserve. [Read more…]
Pre-Ride Motorcycle Inspection
It’s a beautiful day, the sun is shining, the wind is hardly blowing, and you are ready to hit the open road for a day of riding. Before taking off there are a few things you need to do to ensure your motorcycle is as ready as you are to hit the road. [Read more…]
OEM vs Aftermarket Motorcycle Parts
This is a difficult question with a few things to consider. Since we are the ones who will decide when shopping for motorcycle parts it’s important to know a few key things.
First, you need to consider what you are looking for. By this I mean is it for a repair or better performance? Second, will this affect my warranty? Lastly, consider your budget. [Read more…]
Lace Grace and Gears 2018
Lace Grace and Gears is celebrating their third year!
If riding is your passion and sisterhood your home, join us for an unforgettable weekend! Meet sisters from all over the country and get to know each other on a scavenger hunt team, on one of our breathtaking rides in the Texas Hill Country, and party together at our Sisterhood Bash on Saturday night. [Read more…]
How to Choose the Best Motorcycle Gloves, Video Included
Finding the right glove can seem a bit confusing. I mean does it really matter what type of gloves you wear? Do they need to be specifically for riding a motorcycle? Do you even need to wear them?
First off, yes, you do need to wear them. If you’re not sure why head on over to my post ‘The Importance of Wearing Motorcycle Gloves‘. Now that we’ve established you need to wear motorcycle gloves let’s talk about how to choose the best motorcycle gloves. [Read more…]
How To Lubricate Steering Head Bearings on a Motorcycle
This is an updated post from the original one I did back in July 2014. This was actually one of the first maintenance tasks I completed as a video for this site. At the time our camera was pretty cheap and our lighting was pretty bad! Thankfully you all stuck with us and we’ve upgraded our equipment and lighting. Thank You! [Read more…]
The Importance of Wearing Motorcycle Gloves
Why You Should Wear Motorcycle Gloves
The Importance of Wearing Motorcycle Gloves. I know gear can be a controversial topic. If you don’t believe in wearing gloves that’s your choice. The purpose of this post and video is to simply share why I wear them. [Read more…]
Regency Suspension Bridge San Saba, Texas
Last weekend we took a ride that we’ve wanted to take for five years! We finally made it out to ride the Regency Suspension Bridge near San Saba, Texas. This is the last suspension bridge in the state that is still open to automobile traffic. We tried to find this bridge almost exactly five years ago when I first began riding. After being given bad directions on a day that was around 100 degrees we gave up and headed home. [Read more…]